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March 3, 2017 | 3 Comments

MetroBus Stops on Washington Avenue to be Temporarily Relocated

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Beginning Monday, March 6, the City of St. Louis plans to close the sidewalk on the south side of Washington Avenue between 6th and Broadway Streets for construction, which will require the temporary relocation of several MetroBus stops for the next several weeks.

Until further notice, those who normally access the #40 Broadway, #78 Larimore, #99 Downtown Trolley, #40X I-55 Express, #58X Twin Oaks Express, #174X North Express and #410X Eureka Express from this area will be picked up and dropped up at a new location two blocks west of the closed sidewalk.

The #40 Broadway will now serve a new temporary MetroBus stop on 7th Street, just north of Washington Avenue. The #78 Larimore, #99 Downtown Trolley, #40X I-55 Express, #58X Twin Oaks Express, #174X North Express and #410X Eureka Express will all serve a new temporary MetroBus stop on the south side of Washington Avenue at 7th Street. Madison County Transit bus routes impacted by the sidewalk construction will also serve the new temporary bus stop on the south side of Washington at 7th Street.

Schedules for the MetroBus routes will not be affected by the relocation of the MetroBus stops. The sidewalk construction is expected to take several weeks. An update will be provided once construction is completed and the MetroBus stops return to their original location.

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3 thoughts on “MetroBus Stops on Washington Avenue to be Temporarily Relocated”

  1. Patrick Richmond says:

    Just to make sure these guys do their work, lets get someone over there and supervise them to make sure that they don’t spend too much time smoking and dawdling.

  2. Aligo says:

    Two blocks west is inconvenient for folks who are catching metrolink at Convention Center. Can’t you have a stop on Washington just before Convention Station for westbound buses?

    1. Matthew Hibbard says:

      Aligo, the sidewalk will be closed from 7th to Broadway. Remember, this is a city project. We have no control over what is closed. The west side of 7th Street is the closest we can get.

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